On June 22, 2020, U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr appeared on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” where he discussed mail-in-voting being by Democrats. Barr told the Fox Business News host that the mail-in-ballots “absolutely opens the floodgates to fraud.”
Watch at the 13:45 minute mark, where AG Barr tells Bartiromo that in addition to censorship by big tech companies, he’s worried about the integrity of the upcoming elections.
Maria Bartiromo: Devin Nunes said: “There is not a more important issue than this issue. The American people are being censored. Conservatives are being censored. The information flowing to the American people is being censored. Are you worried about this going into the election?
AG Bill Barr: Yes, I am worried about censorship. I’m worried about a number of things going into the election, one, the censorship of robust debate. I’m also worried about undermining the public confidence in the integrity of the elections. The thing we have going for us, especially when there’s intense division in the country, is that we have peaceful transfers of power. And our way of resolving it is to have an election. But when government, state governments start adopting these practices like mail-in ballots that open the floodgates of potential fraud, then people’s confidence in the outcome of the election is going to be undermined. And that could take the country to a very dark place, if we lose confidence in the outcomes of our elections. So, that, the censorship — the censorship has a number of effects. It also — free speech, being able to get your viewpoint out, is a release. It takes some of the pressure out. If people are prevented from expressing their views, that’s where you start getting extremism. And so the more ventilating of viewpoints we have, the healthier it is for our country.
Maria Bartiromo: Well, there’s a big discussion right now about mail-in voting.
AG Bill Barr: Yes.
Maria Bartiromo: Hillary Clinton said, it’s fine, it’s fair.
AG Bill Barr: Well, it absolutely opens the floodgates to fraud. Those things are delivered into mailboxes. They can be taken out. There’s questions about whether or not it even denies a secret ballot, because a lot of the states have you signing the outside of the envelope. So, the person who opens — person who opens the envelope will know how people voted. There’s no — right now, a foreign country could print up tens of thousands of counterfeit ballots, and be very hard for us to detect which was the right and which was the wrong ballot. So, I think it can — it can upset and undercut the confidence in the integrity of our elections. If anything, we should tighten them up right now.
Only one year later, Attorney General Bill Barr shocked the nation he attempted to persuade the American public that there was no evidence of widespread election fraud in November after arguably the most popular president in American history lost to Joe Biden, a Democrat candidate who barely won his primary election and campaigned almost exclusively from his basement, won the most votes ever in the history of presidential elections.
Yesterday, during his incredible speech at CPAC, President Trump dropped a bombshell about Attorney General Barr who warned about mail-in-ballots.
“Just a day ago, I received a statement from the US Attorney—highly respected—in Pennsylvania, that Bill Barr would not allow him to investigate voter fraud,” Trump told the CPAC crowd. Trump told the crowd that Philadelphia is only second to Detroit when it comes to corrupt cities in America.
Trump also mentioned the so-called “water main break” in Georgia that caused the counting facility to shut down. Trump explained, “Now, that one is in court. Let’s see how that one turns out.”
Trump won 70% of the straw poll vote at the CPAC convention for the Republican presidential candidate in 2020. President Trump knows, and everyone who’s been paying attention to all of the dirty election tricks that were played in November, that he can’t win another election unless safeguards are put in place to prevent Democrats from pulling off another election heist in 2022 and 2024.